SHELTERING: A Quarantine Series Exhibit
Local Artists Respond
August 18-September 19
“That’s so 2020.” Someday that may be a saying with LOTS of connotations. This massive showing of work by our local artists captures our current moment in time. It is a collection of their recent work, and their stories of how recent events have affected subject and style, and sometimes even the medium they are using. Some have found new energy from sheltering in place and new subject matter to respond to. Others have struggled with fewer exhibition and travel opportunities. Then there are different perceptions of disruption.
What do you see in it? How does the collection affect you as it stares back at you? Where does their story meet yours?
Walk through, meet a friend and wear your fanciest mask, or join our digital art exhibit. Hey, you're already here!
Join The Digital Art Opening
Step One: Check out the virtual tour of the AHG space.
It opens August 21st at 6PM EST!
Step Four: Explore the rest of our site! Check out all the artists we represent. Call a friend up and tell them what pieces you like the most and why! Different perspectives of art are so important.
(We are working to make the website a wonderful experience and better every day.)
Step Two: What's really lovely about this show is the artist's and their personal stories.
Read Artist Biographies/Artistic Statements here:
Listen to them here:
Step Three: Shop for the things that strike your fancy and support local artists!
Stay safe. Stay healthy. Take care of yourself and others.
A reception is tentatively scheduled for August 21st, 6-8pm depending on our ability to provide a safely interactive event. All of us must wear masks and observe social distancing principles. Following state and federal guidelines we'll conservatively allow 25 people in the venue at one time (based on square footage).